Signed, Sealed, Autonomously Delivered: TuSimple Operates New Kind of Mail Carrier in Self-Driving Pilot
Snail mail has a new set of futuristic, faster wheels. NVIDIA DRIVE partner and autonomous trucking startup TuSimple has been hauling mail more than 1,000 miles between Phoenix and Dallas … Read article >
Sensor Sensibility: A Common Sense Method to Add Camera, Radar, Lidar and More to Autonomous Vehicles
When it comes to autonomous vehicle sensor suites, one size does not fit all. From Level 2+ automated driving to fully autonomous robotaxis, and from cars to shuttles to trucks, … Read article >
Autonomous vehicles must use computational methods and sensor data, such as a sequence of images, to figure out how an object is moving in time.
NVIDIA’s simulation tools for testing autonomous cars in the virtual world now offer more models for validation. Two key simulation companies — Mechanical Simulation, creator of CarSim and TruckSim, and … Read article >
Navigating a traffic-light controlled intersection may seem routine. But when the NVIDIA BB8 autonomous test vehicle first performed that task last year, it had our engineers smiling.
Self-driving cars see the world using sensors. But how do they make sense of all that data? The key is perception, the industry’s term for the ability, while driving, to … Read article >
Having confidence in a self-driving car’s ability to use data to perceive and choose the correct drivable path while the car is driving is critical. We call this path perception confidence.
In unveiling the specs of his new self-driving car computer at this week’s Tesla Autonomy Day investor event, Elon Musk made several things very clear to the world. First, Tesla … Read article >